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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueiday, February 18, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams I Cards Of Thanks with REED Mark and Mr. In are pleased to announce the arrival of their first child, a boy, Kyle Thomas, 6 Ibs., 5 oz. Proud grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Y. Nishimura, Nobleford, and Mr. and in the city on Sunday, February 16, 1975, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Elizabeth Brymerski, at the age of 44 years, beloved wife of Mr. Edward Brymerski (Wes) Marose ol Taber passed away on Monday, February 17th, 1975, at the age of years. Funeral arrangements will be announced later of George B. McKillop who passed away February 18th, 1974. Memories are like leaves of gold, They never tarnish Calgary juveniles were riding in the lap of luxury early this morning until Lethbridge city police interrupted their excursion. About a.m. a Reed of Nobleford. Great 8th Ave. A grow sole noticed five grandparents, Mr. and will be said at of remembered, people riding, in a Shimozawa, and Mrs. on Tuesday and sadly missed Continental at Jorgenson, of Granum. 742 18, 1975, in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Requiem Mass will be celebrated, at a.m. on Wednesday, February 19 1975 in St Basil's Passed away on Saturday, February 15th, 1975, Bessie L. Narkus, age years of Granum. The funeral service will be held wife Davina and family. 701 BRODERSON In and 6th Avenue South. He followed the car and stopped it in the 600 block of 6th Avenue South. When he asked the driver for his licence the driver said are JARVIS Edith Ardene, dearly beloved wife of Mr. Donald Jarvis of 2506 7 A Ave. N., Lethbridge, passed away in the city on Saturday, February 15th, 1975 at the age of 38 years. Requiem mass will be said in Assumption Catholic Church, 2405 -12th Ave. S., Lethbridge, on Wednesday, February 19th at a.m., Father Robert Chisholm celebrant. Prayers will be held in the with Father J. Brown, Celebrant. Interment will follow in Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6543 FOX Passed away in the city on Monday, February 17, 1975, following a brief illness, Mr. Norman Fox at the age FUNERAL CHAPEL on Wednesday, 2 p.m., Pastor Bernard Steen (son-in-law of the deceased) officiating. Interment in White Lake Cemetery. Friends who wish may donate to the Alberta Heart Fund, Fort Pharmacy. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C6537 LEBSACK of a dear grandson Harlan. who passed away February 17th, 1974. To know him was to love him Both for family and friend, And the sweetness of his memory' Time can neither dim nor end. remember and sadly missed by Leita Westwong. have one. Further investigation revealed the car had been stolen a few hours earlier in Calgary. The five youths, aged 14 and 15, were taken to the Youth Assessment Centre and lodged overnight. Putting it SOLID If FACTS Chapel, 327 10th St. S. years of the Blue 1975, Mrs. Freda (AP) Tuesday evening at Born in England, aged 46 years, Procrastinator's Club CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Fox came to Canada in 1908 and settled of Elmer Lebsack Vulcan. Born at was angered by the early celebration of Directors of Funeral He was came to the C6540 DESJARDINS No. 6 Mine until Second World War, when he enlisted in the Bombering and Gunnery School in in 1928. Member of Evangelical Church, Vulcan. Besides her husband she is survived by three sons, We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all that helped us in so many ways at the time of the birthday. So the club picked Monday to celebrate the birthday of Millard Fillmore, the 13th nrpciffant nf thp TTniteH you should consider away Saturday, February 15, 1975 at Blairmore, Alexandre Pierre Desjardins, beloved husband of Mrs. discharge he was employed in the mine office in Drumheller until 1964 when he moved to Calgary. He High River, Laverne, Rimbey, Warren, Hanna; four grandchildren; her mother, Mrs Helen Becker of our beloved mother, Beatrice Christina Pascal. The messages of sympathy, floral tributes, ui me uniLcu stales, who was born Jan. 7, 1800. "We wouldn't mind if Lincoln's birthday were planning advertising Desjardins, aged 67 years. Born at Aubinoi, Manitoba in 1907, he was raised and educated at Ste. Ameilie, Manitoba, he married Delphine Marie Chaput in 1933. They moved to Michel, B.C. in 1946 where he Lethbridge in 1971 where he had resided until his passing. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. B. R. (Diana) Seymour of Edmonton; three grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. 0. (Alice) Dacey of sisters, Mrs. Bertha Wensrich, Mrs. Eva Worroph; one brother, William Becker, all of Calgary. Predeceased by her father, William Becker in 1952 and brother William Becker in 1969. Services at and served at the home were deeply appreciated. God Bless You All. family Feb. 17 (he was born Feb. but we resent the idea of celebrating Washington's birthday ahead of said chapter president Les Waas. Washington, first president of the U.S., was born Feb. your business! X employed with the B.C. Washington, Mrs. Wm. Church, I wish to Company until 1952. They Savage of 19th, at 2 p.m., doctors of the Bigelow moved to the Porcupine funeral service will S. Daku Clinic, nurses newspaper is an advertising medium that is area where he managed a ranch for several years. at p.m. on Wednesday, February 19, 1975, in Martin Vulcan Cemetery. VULCAN FUNERAL HOME LTD. in charge of Medical Three at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their kind men it is sought after and paid for and the advertising in it is not an intruder in the home. finally moved to Cowley, where he retired and CHAPEL, 703 13th N with Rev I was a patient residing at the time of his passing. He was a member of the Hillcrest Miners Club. officiating. Interment will follow in the Family Plot, Mountain View DONICK Edna Eliza, passed away in Taber to my relatives and friends who visited me, sent and gave cards, flowers, magazines, fruits and stills TORONTO (CP) R. ail of this newspaper's circulation is CONCENTRATED in this trading area. was predeceased byvan infant son, Paul in 1945 and a BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral February 15th, 1975 at the age of know that it helped me get better. -Thanks to head of the federal customs and The newspaper provides PENETRATION in the He is survived by his beloved wife Carla excise market by reaching virtually every family or Delphine of Cowley; seven sons five Donick of Taber. Mrs. Donick was born for Toronto region, said Monday the customer in that market. brothers; six sisters; and 28 grandchildren. The funeral service will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Pincher Creek Charles Frederick Lestock, beloved husband of Mrs. Edith Haszard of 924 A -m 20th St. June 18th, 1911, daughter of Alfred and Eliza Anderson of Barnwell. She received her education in the Barnwell schools. She was Ashley We wish to thank our friends and neighbours for their many kind expressions of discontinued its policy of discouraging persons from having stills in their homes. Mr. Dollard said in an interview the policy was People read newspaper ads when they are ready to make a decision and to act WHEN THEY'RE READY TO BUY! Wednesday, February 19, at a.m., Rev. M. Hagel officiating. Interment at Ste. Ameilie, Manitoba. H passed away in i _ the city on Monday, February 17th, 1975 aged 71 years. Mr. member of the L.D.S. Church. Left to mourn her passing besides her loving husband are two the passing of our father and grandfather. Sincere thanks to the doctor and nursing staff of Picture Butte hospital for their care Morton Shulman, NDP member of the legislature for the Toronto riding of High Park, could install a The newspaper is convenient it may be consulted at a time most CONVENIENT to every member of the family. may meet for prayers born at Cape Cheryl Ellingson in his last in his home to purify Eden's Funeral Home, Scotia, on Marlene Kerkhoff a very special thanks LIKE TO READ NEWSPAPER evening at 8 p.m. Friends who wish may donate to the Kiwanis Club of Green Acres Crippled Children's Fund, Army, Navy and Air 1903. He later served overseas with the R.C.M.P. Provost Corps, and spent a total of 24 years with the R.C.M.P. He was a Taber, and a son Calvin Johnson of California, nine grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Valeria Ferguson .of Taber, two brothers, Irvin and Les Lewis for their many acts of kindness. We are truly grateful. and Bernie Foreman and distilling devices often have been used to make home-made whisky. Dr. Shulman said he is worried about reports of ADVERTISEMENTS surveys show 85 per cent of the people want their newspaper to contain adver-I tising. 'Club, Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME, of McKillop United Church and was also of Barnwell and Floyd Anderson of Taber. Funeral services will be Denney and family. asbestos fibres in Metropolitan Toronto's water system. He recently bought Every issue of every newspaper contains INFORMATION and PICTURES of interest to every Pincher Creek. Legion. Besides his loving wife Edith, he leaves to mourn his passing one the Taber Stake L.D.S. Chapel on Tuesday, February 18th, at 2 p.m., with still. It was delivered Monday, but when he called a man member of the family. PUBLIC of Cold Lake, E. Evanson officiating. Interment i n ft tprl install it, ne was toia it was 11-i i uiiiuia icu ]egal the Excise reading is a habit and part of people's one daughter, Mrs. Anne Collis of Cardston, in the Taber MOUNTAIN "So called excise routine. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND grandchild; one sister, Mrs. R. (Diane) Landes Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior (CP) Morris Jen- Toronto and was told no son, a district fanner, was homeowner can have.a water nominated by the New Dr- Shulman printed word is MORE RELIABLE than the IN THE SURROGATE COURT brothers, iieottrey Haszard of Horseshoe service in the Relief Party Monday adding that when he word and it cannot be refuted because it is SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER ol the estate ol LEMUEL MERRILL ADAMS lale Ol the Town ol Raymond, in the Province ol Alberta who died on the 18th day of November, A.D. and F. P. Haszard of Burlington, Ont. A memorial funeral service will be held in McKillop United Church on Wednesday, February 19th Room of the Church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. to contest the Rocky he his office address. Mountain House constituency Dr- Shulman said excise in the March 26 Alberta officials told him the RCMP is provincial election responsible for arresting persons caught with stills easily available for re-checking. More accurate infor-U mation is obtained by reading than by any other W .medial TAKE NOTICE all persons having p.m., Rev. Blake claims upon the estate ot the above named must lile with the undersigned Anderson officiating. In lieu by the 2ist day of March, A.D. 1975 a of flowers, friends may make donations to the "So -I said well, they should r rtlirt send the RCMP down to Wind-J. vr 111 11 111 l to arregt Fred Burr (NDp member of the legislature fl The newspaper is ideal for comparison items in a III newspaper may be easily compared with items in I V other newspaper ads. ATKINSON, McMAHON, TINGLE HARRISON church lf desired. Private Barristers and solicitors cremation will take place in 750 I.B.M. Building Calgary. CHRISTENSEN HOOH Shulmansaid.Hehashadone in his house for two years s-w- SALMON FUNERAL HOME, TZP i.Ti Directors of Funeral ijfr his water." Mr. Dollard said there now C1311 are only two controls Solicitors for the Executrix C6541 they must be bought Four people sustained from registered dealers MOST EFFECTIVE and THE FAMILY injuries and damage was reported following a car accident Monday at 4th Avenue and 13th must Keep uais ui such ECONOMICAL way to Bernard Shot Both' Sides of Glenwood was attempting to make a left turn onto business r iS, from 13th Street South, when he was in through i i f} with a car southbound Herman H. A. -In loving memory of a Street driven by Jacqueline Walters, 1128 18th St. S., about noon. Mr. Shot Both Sides KJcb Advertising! dad and grandfather who passed away February 18, members of his family were taken .to a Lethbridge hospital following the 328-4411 special place within our They were treated and set aside for you. As long as life's memories last We will remember you. Ever remembered accident is still under for Full and Part Staff are now being accepted for our new Lethbrldga Store Lethbridge Herald missed by his MILES of this year. Apply "You wen) outside the lines when you colored Stella, sons Leon, Floyd and Edward; daughters Violette, Louise and Loretta greatest distance between any two points in the United States is miles, tttween Long Point, Fla., or by writing to the Canada Manpower Centre, 419 7th St. South, Lethbridge, and Selling the South Atoll in the "That's why I like elephants L- 'LH ;